Miniature Solenoid Valves, Diaphragm Valves, Pinch Valves, etc -Takasago Fluidic Systems-
Miniature Valves for Medial and Analytical Instruments
Takasago Electric, Inc. currently has in excess of 5000 kinds of valves and specializes in order-made designs to further meet individual needs of our customers. Our field of expertise is miniature and highly chemically inert solenoid valves. The products listed below represent only a part of our product range. If you can't find the valve you require, please feel free to contact us. We will propose the best product to meet your requirements.
List of Miniature Solenoid Valves and Inert Valves
Miniature Solenoid Valves
These are solenoid valves with a structure whereby the fluid does not come into contact with the metal parts of the solenoid through the isolation of the valve and actuator (solenoid) sections with a diaphragm. Highly inert materials such as PTFE, PEEK, PPS etc. are used for the parts in contact with the fluid, giving a design that can be used for a wide range of fluids. See more details.
These are a type of solenoid valve that directly pinches tubing made of a soft material such as silicone in order to open and close it. The only wetted material is the tubing, therefore cleanliness of the flow path can be maintained and cross-contamination avoided through changing tubing after use. See more details.
The structure of this solenoid valve is such that the fluid comes into contact with the actuator part (solenoid). Compared to diaphragm solenoid valves, it has some charactristics, for example, a higher pressure resistance by making use of the fluid pressure, a reduced pumping volume and an improved response time, etc.
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These are pneumatically driven valves. As solenoids are not used, heat is not generated by the actuator making them suitable for use with fluids sensitive to changes in temperature. They can also be used in environments unsuitable for electric devices, such as inflammable atmospheres. See more details.
This valve uses a shape memory alloy for the actuator. Dramatic downsizing, lightening, low power consumption and silencing are realized in comparison with a solenoid-type valve. This valve operates slowly, and so is suitable for applications sensitive to rapid fluid movement such as fluid supply to a microreactor.
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